Wednesday, May 5, 2021
HomeBloggingHow to change to local language on all google accounts in 2021

How to change to local language on all google accounts in 2021

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Change to local language This is how to easily change to local language on all Google accounts. If successful, all menus or notifications will be changed to your local language. This method will be automatically applied to all google accounts and websites such as Gmail, youtube, google docs, google forms, and all services connected to a google account.

This tutorial was inspired by my experience helping a teacher who wanted to make questions on google form, he had difficulty choosing the menu and type or form because it’s in English. After changing his google account language to our local language (Indonesia), it became easier for him to operate and remember menus on a google form. Hope this tutorial can help you too.

This method can be done either from a computer or from a cellphone. If you are using a cellphone, I suggest that you also open it in a chrome browser so that it looks nothing different from the display on a PC / laptop.

Generally, all google accounts created in a specific country will use its country language. However, there are some accounts that are kept in English, this is normal maybe because when you creating an account using a global website/server, it is set to use English by default.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

 How to change to local language on all google accounts

  1. Open the gmail.com website and >login to your email/google account
  2. Click the profile photo (top-right) until the advanced menu appears
  3. please select >Manage your Google Account. Or you can also directly open the following link: myaccount.google.com
Change to local language

On the Google Account page, please select >Data & Personalization

Next, please scroll and see the ‘General preferences for the web’ then select menu >Language

In the Default Language >click the pencil icon to open the language options

Change to local language

Please >search your preferred language then select >SelectChoose your preferred local language

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
Change to local language

Done. If the process is correct then all languages ​​used in all Google accounts such as email, YouTube, docs, etc. will immediately change to Indonesian.

To make sure, please try opening the YouTube website and clicking the menu button, if successful, all languages ​​will change to Indonesian starting from the menu, notifications, and other displays.

Add another language as an alternative

In the Language section, you can also add other languages ​​that you understand. If you understand English a little bit, I suggest you add English to the “Other languages ​​you understand” section.

The main language used will still use Indonesian, but it doesn’t hurt if we also familiarize ourselves a little with English or other languages.

Or you can also choose another language that you know besides Indonesian, such as Japanese, Arabic, etc. You can also choose several regional languages ​​in Indonesia such as Balinese, Sundanese, etc.

Hopefully, this article about  How to change to local language on all google accounts is useful. If you have questions, please save them in the comments column as usual.

According to Google

Change your language on the web

Google services are available in all Google languages. You can change the display language to your preferred language at any time.These instructions are to change your preferred language used in Google services on the web only. To change the preferred language for your mobile apps, update the language settings on your device.

Computer

Change your web language settings

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
  1. Sign in to your Google Account.
  2. Click Data & personalization.
  3. Scroll to the “General preferences for the web”​ panel.
  4. Click Language.
  5. Select Edit Edit.
  6. Search for and select your preferred language.
  7. Click Select.
  8. If you understand multiple languages, select Add another language.

After you change your language preferences, close and reopen your browser.

How to use Google automatically added languages

Google automatically adds languages that you frequently use in Google services. When Google adds a language, it’s labeled as Added for youAdded for you.

  1. Sign in to your Google Account.
  2. Click Data & personalization.
  3. Scroll to the General preferences for the web​ panel.
  4. Click Language.
  5. To confirm a language that was added for you, select Save.
  6. To remove a language added by Google, select Delete Delete.
  7. To stop Google from automatically adding languages, turn off Automatically add languages.

How Google uses your language settings

Google uses your language settings to make Google services more useful. When you specify your language, you help us show your content and results in one or more of your preferred languages, and provide more relevant, tailored content you might be interested in, like ads.

Fix problems with changing language

To check your Google Account language, open your Google Account. You’ll find the language you selected.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});
  • The language change didn’t work: If your Google Account doesn’t match the language you selected, clear your browser’s cache and cookies and set the language again.
    Tip: Deleting cookies also removes your saved settings for other sites you’ve visited.
  • Your language isn’t listed: We work to support more languages for our products. If you choose a primary language that isn’t available, we may ask you to select an alternate language. If an alternate language is needed, in the Language section of your Google Account, you can find your alternate language listed beneath your primary language. You can select it to change it.
  • I use a mobile device: Changes to your preferred language are reflected on the web. To change the preferred language for mobile apps, update the language settings on your device.

Android

Change your web language settings

  1. On your Android device, tap Settings Settingsand then Google and then Manage your Google Account.
  2. At the top, tap Data & personalization.
  3. Under “General preferences for the web,” tap Language.
  4. Tap Edit Edit.
  5. Choose your preferred language. At the right, tap Select.
  6. If you understand multiple languages, tap + Add another language.

Change the language on your Android device

  1. On your Android device, tap Settings Settings.
  2. Tap System and then Languages & input and then Languages.
    • If you can’t find “System,” then under “Personal,” tap Languages & input and then Languages.​
  3. Tap Add a language Add user and choose the language that you want to use.
  4. Drag your language to the top of the list.
(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How to use Google automatically added languages

Google automatically adds languages that you frequently use in Google services. When Google adds a language, it’s labeled as Added for youAdded for you.

  1. On your Android device, tap Settings Settings.
  2. Tap System and then Languages & input and then Languages.
  3. To confirm a language that was added for you, select Save.
  4. To remove a language added by Google, select Delete Delete.

To stop Google from automatically adding languages, turn off Automatically add languages.

How Google uses your language settings

Google uses your language settings to make Google services more useful. When you specify your language, you help us show your content and results in one or more of your preferred languages, and provide more relevant, tailored content you might be interested in, like ads.

Fix problems with changing language

To check your Google Account language, open your Google Account. You’ll find the language you selected.

  • The language change didn’t work: If your Google Account doesn’t match the language you selected, clear your browser’s cache and cookies and set the language again.
    Tip: Deleting cookies also removes your saved settings for other sites you’ve visited.
  • Your language isn’t listed: We work to support more languages for our products. If you choose a primary language that isn’t available, we may ask you to select an alternate language. If an alternate language is needed, in the Language section of your Google Account, you can find your alternate language listed beneath your primary language. You can select it to change it.
  • I use a mobile device: Changes to your preferred language are reflected on the web. To change the preferred language for mobile apps, update the language settings on your device.

Iphone & Ipad

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Change your web language settings

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Gmail app .
  2. In the top right, tap your profile picture or initial and then Manage your Google Account. If you don’t use Gmail, go to myaccount.google.com.
  3. At the top, tap Data & personalization.
  4. Under “General preferences for the web,” tap Language.
  5. Select Edit language Edit.
  6. Search for and select your preferred language.
  7. Click Select.
  8. If you understand multiple languages, select Add another language.

Tip: If you don’t use Gmail, once you’ve changed your language preferences, close, and reopen your browser.

Change the language on your iPhone or iPad

To change your iPhone or iPad language, check the Apple support site for instructions.

How to use Google automatically added languages

Google automatically adds languages that you frequently use in Google services. When Google adds a language, it’s labeled as Added for youAdded for you.

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Gmail app .
  2. In the top right, tap your profile picture or initial and then Manage your Google Account. If you don’t use Gmail, go to myaccount.google.com.
  3. At the top, tap Data & personalization.
  4. Under “General preferences for the web,” tap Language.
  5. To confirm a language that was added for you, tap Save.
  6. To remove a language added by Google, tap Delete Delete.
  7. To stop Google from automatically adding languages, turn off Automatically add languages.

How Google uses your language settings

Google uses your language settings to make Google services more useful. When you specify your language, you help us show your content and results in one or more of your preferred languages, and provide more relevant, tailored content you might be interested in, like ads.

Fix problems with changing language

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

To check your Google Account language, open your Google Account. You’ll find the language you selected.

  • The language change didn’t work: If your Google Account doesn’t match the language you selected, clear your browser’s cache and cookies and set the language again.
    Tip: Deleting cookies also removes your saved settings for other sites you’ve visited.
  • Your language isn’t listed: We work to support more languages for our products. If you choose a primary language that isn’t available, we may ask you to select an alternate language. If an alternate language is needed, in the Language section of your Google Account, you can find your alternate language listed beneath your primary language. You can select it to change it.
  • I use a mobile device: Changes to your preferred language are reflected on the web. To change the preferred language for mobile apps, update the language settings on your device.
- Advertisement -
namanmahajanhttp://artistogram.in
I am a Multimedia artist, I am born and based on Dewas (M.P), I am working as a freelancer with various brands and different country. My expertise are Graphics designing, motion graphics, 2d/3d animation, advertising videos, cartoons designing, all types of packaging and branding designing, digital marketing, SEO, design website and app Developments etc...

Leave a Reply

- Advertisment -
- Advertisment -

Most Popular

- Advertisment -